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he has an inimitably verbose style
- In 2002 the inimitably audacious editorial writers at the Wall Street Journal brought to the nation's attention the existence of a vast and allegedly pernicious class of "lucky .
- The carefree clutter of books and clothes, the cherished mementos of lost childhood, beginning career and burgeoning romance marked it inimitably as a young women's dormitory.
- Last week in a single issue, on a single page, occurred the following revealing and significant ads, each smacking inimitably of Old England:.
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WASHINGTON -- Since they first emerged as historic characters late in the 19th century, foreign correspondents have played a crucial and inimitably romantic role in journalism. Foreign correspondents were, until World War II, almost always men -- and adventurous, searching, tough-minded men who would put their lives on the line by covering the "others" of the world, whether at peace, at war or ...
April 21, 2014 - Georgie Anne Geyer via Yahoo! News